george albot


Forgeting


Our bodies lay naked in the evening air
As warm gentle breeze blows though
The jar of the window
Kiss her gently and do not rush
The overwhelming emotions that is filled with lust
I must forgiver myself for who I am
She makes me who I have become
And I am awakened and this is my reality
Now let me sweat
And let the liquid pass between us
XXX
The way I was feeling
This could have been so Much more
But I at to go happy shopping
And it is such a bore! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
When you don’t know what on offer
Apart from slim fast, Poly filler? ?
Anyway thanks for that
Bye for now
Keep dancing; I think that what they say
At the end’’
Oh I almost forgot try to be a bit more hurtful when you send
A text at least, that will keep me on my toes, get it link with
Dancing god I’m so good sometimes, no forget sometimes
Six times, hope you can keep up,
What does he mean? Keep up
XXX



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Submitted: Monday, September 30, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 01, 2013
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